Grocery store officials say supply chain slowly returning to normal, shelves being stocked
It's been a major challenge shopping in grocery stores over the last few weeks.
Thankfully some stores say the supply chain for most items is starting to catch up.
Cub Foods in Roseville had a full stock of toilet paper on the shelf Sunday morning.
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Store officials say the supply chain is catching up.
Paper products and eggs are still in high demand across the state, but things are slowly getting back to normal.
"We're going to be here, we're not going anywhere," store director David Purdy said. "I know there's that fear out there right now, but we'll be here we'll keep filling the shelves and we'll have groceries for you."
Grocery store officials say you won't find hand sanitizer on shelves because it's all going to health care workers.